Primary Care

Primary Care

Primary care providers address common medical issues such as a rash, persistent cough, or flu. Our medical professionals include nurse practitioners and general practitioners in pediatrics, geriatrics, and family care. 
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Your health has its foundation in primary care. Because Multi-Care Medical is part of a network, our professionals have access to specialized care and technology that your traditional family doctor doesn’t have. This makes it easy for your physician to refer you to a specialist should you need one.
 
A general practice within a greater medical network also has the added benefit of integrated treatments. For example, if you go to physical therapy for chronic pain, your physician has instant access to your treatment plan, including your specific treatment and therapist’s notes.
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Pembroke Pines, FL
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Tiffany T.
Miramar, FL
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Mitch Palermo
Davie, FL
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Business Hours
Mon: 8am-1pm & 2pm-7pm
Tues: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
Weds: 8am-1pm & 2pm-7pm
Thur: 9am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
Fri: 9am-1pm & 2pm-6pm
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(954) 441-7241 (Fax)
Business Hours
Mon: 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
Tues: 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
Weds: 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
Thur: 8am-12pm
Fri: 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
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(239) 236-5571 (Fax)

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Our people make the difference.

Dr. Jeffrey Baker, DO
Dr. Jeffrey Baker, DO
Medical Director
Dr. Robert P. Norton, MD
Dr. Robert P. Norton, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Louis Starace, MS, MD
Dr. Louis Starace, MS, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Nicholas Mataragas, MD
Dr. Nicholas Mataragas, MD
Spinal Surgeon
Rick Burgess, PA-C
Rick Burgess, PA-C
Physician Assistant
Kim Burgess, PA-C
Kim Burgess, PA-C
Physician Assistant
Christina Rampaul
Christina Rampaul
Nurse Practitioner

What is primary medical care for?


Primary care covers a number of common health concerns, including but not limited to:

Common Colds and Viruses: Over 200 strains of virus cause minor symptoms, such as cough, sore throat, runny nose, and fever. It’s normal for a healthy adult to get sick a couple of times each year. If your illness persists, worsens, or recurs, however, a visit to primary care will determine if you have a more serious condition.
 
Respiratory Ailments: Persistent coughs are usually nothing to worry about, but it’s best to seek treatment to avoid develop complications. Coughing also spreads germs and leaves you (and those around you) vulnerable to additional illnesses. Recurring respiratory illness can cause permanent damage to your lungs.
 
Rashes: Many common substances can cause pain, redness, dryness, or swelling of the skin. Often, these rashes require no special treatment; they appear once and go away when treated with a simple topical ointment. In the rare case that a rash is persistent, we can refer you to a specialist for additional care. 
 
Preventative Care: Annual physicals are the best way to track potential and developing health issues. This can prevent future complications. Taking care of yourself today can help you avoid trips to the emergency room a few years down the line.
 
General Illness: Sometimes it’s not clear what you need, especially if you’re a caregiver to someone who is nonverbal. If you’re unsure what the problem is or who to call, primary care is the best place to start.
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